Upstate New York communities have an untapped supply of historic structures. Strong economic arguments can be made for capitalizing on these historic buildings. Historic properties can provide an important link to the past while contributing to future economic and community development. Potential benefits include the production of housing, elimination of blight, and attraction of businesses, residents and tourists alike.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in collaboration with community leaders, is presenting a two-part Historic Rehabilitation series in Buffalo and Syracuse. The goal of the Buffalo workshop is to elevate the awareness of investors, developers and others about the various tax credit incentives available for the rehabilitation of historic sites. Part two, to be held in Syracuse, will provide hands-on applications and technical assistance for communities with potential projects. Experts will be available to advise on and evaluate deals.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York continues to be committed to providing information about a myriad of community and economic development strategies supporting stronger, more viable neighborhoods.
The conference registration fee is $20.00 per person.
Make check payable to: Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Please mail check to:
Attn: Gerri Kozlowski
Federal Reserve Bank of New York - Buffalo Branch
P.O. Box 961
Buffalo, NY 14240-0961
Tuesday, June 15
9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
12th Floor Conference Center
New York City